Visiting Scholars

  • Brooks-Gunn photo Jeanne Brooks-Gunn
    Visiting Research Collaborator
    Ph.D. Human Learning and Development
    University of Pennsylvania, 1975.
    Interests: child development, child wellbeing, parenting, education, and poverty.

  • Constant photo Amelie Constant
    Visiting Research Scholar
    Ph.D. Economics
    Vanderbilt University, 1998.
    Interests: migration, population, labor economics, wellbeing, and identity.

  • Jagannathan photo Radha Jagannathan
    Visiting Research Collaborator
    Ph.D. Public Affairs
    Princeton University, 1999.
    Interests: poverty, child welfare, human capital development, and school-to-work transition.

  • Lecoeur photo Guillaume Lecoeur
    Visiting Student Research Collaborator
    Masters Geography; Minor in Urban Studies and Geopolitics
    Ecole Normale Supérieure de Paris, France, 2016.
    Interests: socio-spatial evolutions, urban inequalities, gentrification, urban geopolitics, mobility and transportation, and data science.

  • Mora-Téllez photo Ricardo Mora-Téllez
    Visiting Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Mexican Migration Project
    Ph.D. Population Studies
    El Colegio de México, 2015.
    Interests: return migration, undocumented migration, Mexican migration to U.S., labor migration, circular migration, and forced displacement.

  • Owens photo Jayanti Owens
    Visiting Fellow
    Ph.D. Sociology and Demography
    Princeton University, 2013.
    Interests: stratification, education, gender, race/ethnicity, children and families, population health, and work and organizations.

  • Ramos photo Miguel R. Ramos
    Visiting Fellow
    M.Sc. Psychological Research Methods
    University of Exeter, UK, 2005.
    Interests: prejudice, discrimination, stereotyping, diversity, and their effects on well-being and health.

  • Yalcin Ozcan photo Emine Yalcin Ozcan
    Visiting Student Research Collaborator
    Ph.D. Sociology
    Hacettepe University, 2012.
    Interests: migration behavior, social networks , immigrant integration, and circular migration.